Mar 28, 2010

Do Write

^ Theresa Thompson.

Some of my favourite free downloadable printable stationery from around the interwebs;

^ CD envelopes designed by Tomoko Suzuki for Canon, music theme here and travel theme here.

^ Mini greeting card and letter-writing set from Eat Drink Chic, here.

^ Thank you note cards and envelope template from Cottage Industrialist, here.

^ Bookplates by Emily Martin of Inside A Black Apple on CraftSanity, here.

^ Happy Valentines Day postcards with tutorial from Alana K Davis, here.

^ Floral stationery sheet and envelope from 365 Days of Vee, here.

^ Nonpariel mag bunting invitations, here.

^ Tags and labels by Renne Garner, here.

^ Labels from Miss Cutie Pie Goes 80's, here.

^ Mushroom labels and to-do lists from A Print A Day, here.

I'll try to post more of my favourites every day or so during the week!

I spent the whole day agonising over that stupid assignment I mentioned a few posts down and ended up just making up something totally ridiculous and writing about it. I'm probably going to get no marks for it, but I've always been taught you've just got to hand something in. WHAT DOES INTELLIGENCE FEEL LIKE TO YOU, IN A SENSORY WAY? Smooth, soft, cold, hard, rough, metallic!? Eh, I'm done, no more thinking about it (until tomorrow when I get assigned another two words to turn into sensory objects! Argh!) Tonight C and I rode our bikes around parts of Newcastle I'd never seen - through Islington park bike track, along side Throsby Creek, the backs of the coal yards at Carrington and the pretty streets of Tighes Hill. Then I rewatched Gattaca with C and Manneh. I scrunched up a whole lot of paper to use when I was brainstorming for the aforementioned assignment and C keeps throwing it into the overhead fan and laughing as it ricochets off the walls.

Hope you had a lovely weekend :)


  1. I just love those bookplates! So precious!

  2. totally epic.
    you are AH-MAZING

  3. Those are awesome stationery. Now I just need a printer!

    I think I would smash my head into a wall really hard if I had to write the paper.

  4. those are amazing. i might have to use some myself to spice up my letters :) thanks for sharing

  5. typical - empty ink cartridges. boooooooooo


  6. I was thinking something robotic, or maybe shiny and metallic, complicated - maybe even a computer chip could count as 'intelligence'. Although it's not really intelligence, it's a symbol of what can come from intelligence. Doesn't really help now, but it's a thought, I guess.

  7. love all of these! i already had a couple of them bookmarked but thaaank you ma'am!

    xo tiffany

  8. Thanks for sharing Bianca! I hope the assignment goes well.

  9. Those are lovely bits of stationery. Thanks for sharing them! I too hope your assignment goes well.

  10. i am in love with your blog, its enchanting! your creativity is infectious :D lovely to see, Bianca!

  11. I very much enjoy your lists of favorites. :)

  12. I love these downloads! They are a great, budget friendly way to try out new fantastic stationary/stickers/labels/ etc.! Thank you for posting them!

    Good luck with the project. Maybe a light bulb could represent intelligence, like old cartoons when they have a smart “light bulb” thought moment.


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